Maybe you have heard that the world as we know it will come to an end this September. If you haven’t heard, I’m so happy to be the one to break the news! Why this September? Folks who spend a lot of time looking at this kind of stuff note that a convergence of events will/have occurred. Here are a few of these events that I find most interesting…
The Blood Moons
I wrote about the tetrad here. The last of the blood moons happens on September 28. It’s not just a blood moon, but a super moon, too.
The last of the Jewish seven-year cycle in that all debts are forgiven and the land is to rest. Some are predicting this will be the start of a global financial crisis that would usher in the Great Tribulation.
CERN Large Hadron Collider
Created to further our understanding of the universe by allowing scientists to observe particle collisions at an energy level far higher than anything ever before. It’s being fired up today at the highest level ever. The problem? No one is exactly sure what will happen. What some believe could happen ranges from nothing noticeable to the creation of a black hole that basically eats the earth up from within. Yay science?
This creates catastrophic climate change. Believers claim that the Jade Helm exercises were done in preparation for the chaos that would ensue. I’m not sure about that one, this would be an extinction level event and controlling the masses would be a waste of time. Good luck finding any soldiers willing to spend their last moments worrying about law and order! NASA says no such collision is imminent. But believers ask, would they say otherwise?
World Religious Events
It is the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur, the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha, and the Catholic Pope visits with the President of the United States. Sorry, Protestants, Hindus, and Buddhists, nothing happening for you. I’m not sure what significance these events have on the end of the world, but conspiracy theorists mention it enough that it’s intriguing.
My uncle used to say that it didn’t matter when the end of the world was. You should live like it could be tomorrow, but work like it was coming in thousands of years. Not bad advice.
If we are all still here, until next time, Never Turn Off the Lights.